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Traveler's Dream
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Traveler's Dream

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Dulcimer
Composer Maggie Sansone
Arranger Maggie Sansone
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 98262

Price: $17.95

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Product Description

Traveler's Dream Composed by Maggie Sansone. Arranged by Maggie Sansone. For Dulcimer. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 98262, UPC: 796279063807)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL HALLOW'S EVE SANSONE,MAGGIE  
BANKS OF THE BARROW SANSONE,MAGGIE  
BEAR DANCE IMPROVISATION SANSONE,MAGGIE  
BEAR DANCE NO1 SANSONE,MAGGIE  
BEAR DANCE NO1 (ARRANGEMENT WITH DRONES) SANSONE,MAGGIE  
BEAR DANCE NO2 SANSONE,MAGGIE  
DERVISH SANSONE,MAGGIE  
DROPS OF BRANDY SANSONE,MAGGIE  
FAREWELL TO NIGG SANSONE,MAGGIE  
FLOWER AMONG US ALL,THE SANSONE,MAGGIE  
GAELIC REEL SANSONE,MAGGIE  
GO TO BERWICK JOHNNY SANSONE,MAGGIE  
GREEN FIELDS OF WOODFORD,THE SANSONE,MAGGIE  
HELEN O'GRADY SANSONE,MAGGIE  
HUMOURS OF ROCKSTOWN SANSONE,MAGGIE  
JOHNNY ARMSTRONG SANSONE,MAGGIE  
MORNING IN SUMMER,A SANSONE,MAGGIE  
PADDY LYNN'S DELIGHT SANSONE,MAGGIE  
RIL ROSCOMAIN SANSONE,MAGGIE  
SEAS ARE DEEP,THE SANSONE,MAGGIE  
SEAS ARE DEEP,THE (SOLO ARRANGEMENT) SANSONE,MAGGIE  
SEEKER,THE SANSONE,MAGGIE  
SEEKER,THE SANSONE,MAGGIE  
SOUTH UIST MOUTH MUSIC SANSONE,MAGGIE  
SUMMERTIME SANSONE,MAGGIE  
TRAVELER'S DREAM,A SANSONE,MAGGIE  
TRAVELER'S DREAM,A SANSONE,MAGGIE  
WEDDING REEL SANSONE,MAGGIE  

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